--2 New Mexico State Police Investigating Second Threatening Phone Message Left At Public Education Department
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State Police Investigating Second Threatening Phone Message Left At PED

Two voicemails contained what sound like gunshots

October 17, 2013, 1:00 pm
By Joey Peters

 State Police are investigating two threatening voicemails left on answering machines at the Public Education Department building Tuesday and Wednesday nights.

Both voicemail recordings contained what sounds like gunshots, Department of Public Safety spokesman Emmanuel Gutierrez tells SFR, noting the messages don't contain any talking. DPS officers are currently at the Apodaca building investigating the matter.

Gutierrez would not reveal the intended recipient of the messages and said investigators were still trying to determine where the calls had originated. The voicemails prompted Education Secretary Designate Hanna Skandera to send out a second email today to staff about the developments.

"The safety of PED staff and those doing business in the building this morning remains our primary concern," she writes.

Read the entire email below:


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